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PM Modi will preside over a series of events in Gujarat, which will go to the polls later this year. He also informed that during his visit National President Amit Shah will be visiting different districts and hold meetings with party workers at the booth level.
  • Leicester: Shakespeare moves to ease defensive concerns

    Leicester: Shakespeare moves to ease defensive concerns

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    The same as 2-1 was away from home in Seville - we're looking forward to it and we'll be ready. Leicester City are the first team since Malaga in 2012/13 to reach the quarter-finals on their Champions League debut. Please support our efforts. Unusually for Simeone's men they were in nearly complete control of possession, but largely limited to shots from long range.
  • Albrighton insists Atletico penalty decision adds to 'VAR' case

    Albrighton insists Atletico penalty decision adds to 'VAR' case

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    He told ITV Sport: "There was talk from the manager and the players that they are delighted to bring them back to the King Power ". If the police come and rush in you're going to run out and make it look bad. There's a lot of pressure always but we're just looking forward to the game". Leicester captain Morgan hasn't featured since scoring in last month's rousing recovery victory against Sevilla in the last 16 due to a back problem.
  • North Korean official says will continue missile tests

    North Korean official says will continue missile tests

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    Jean Lee, a global fellow at the US-based Wilson Center, said the next president "will have a lot of bearing on what kind of policy South Korea develops towards North Korea ". Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson tweeted: I strongly condemn the latest North Korean missile launch. "We will see what happens! ". Mr Trump has previously said North Korea was "looking for trouble".
  • Ministers from Italy, Iran set goals for Syria

    Ministers from Italy, Iran set goals for Syria

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    On Friday morning, however, he said he was "very surprised" by the Syria action. "Why Russia has not been able to achieve that is unclear to me", Tillerson said. In turn, a USA defense official told Sputnik that this information was incorrect. This made for a stark contrast to Farage, who urged Britain not to get involved in any further strikes.
  • Washington Post reporter wins Pulitzer for probing Trump's charity

    Washington Post reporter wins Pulitzer for probing Trump's charity

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    The New York Times staff received its prize for an alleged "agenda-setting" reporting on Putin's efforts to project Russia's power overseas, the announcement from the Columbia School of Journalism said. The scope of Fahrenthold's reporting included investigating any money raised for charity that was inappropriately used for purchases by Trump. American journalism's most distinguished prizes also recognized work that shed light on worldwide financial intrigue and held local officials ...
  • Trump can't use his personal helicopter anymore

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    Trump was spotted Sunday driving a golf cart and making a putt at his Trump International Golf Course - the only sign of his activities at the facility since his handlers have declined to detail what he's doing inside the private establishment.
  • Russian Federation warns U.S. against unilateral strike on North Korea

    Russian Federation warns U.S. against unilateral strike on North Korea

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    North Korea's deputy U.N. ambassador is accusing the United States of turning the Korean peninsula into "the world's biggest hotspot" and creating "a unsafe situation in which a thermonuclear war may break out at any moment". He went on to say, "As the President has made very clear, either China will deal with this problem or the United States and our allies will". Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said in a daily briefing today that the onus was on all parties - including the USA ...
  • Trump warns North Korea: 'Gotta behave'

    Trump warns North Korea: 'Gotta behave'

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    Mike Pence looks across to the north side of the border on April 17. Washington has voiced concern over Pyongyang's tests, but the North says such launches are an act of deterrence against a potential invasion by the USA or South Korea.
  • Pence says U.S. commitment to South Korea stronger than ever

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    US President Donald Trump tweeted: "Our military is building and is rapidly becoming stronger than ever before. The president has no further comment". The adviser, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the administration's initial understanding of the launch, said there was no expected response from the Trump administration because there was no need for the U.S.to reinforce the failure.